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to leave, despite governor christy's order. earlier today, i spoke with the atlantic city mayor lorenzo langford about the dangers of riding out the storm. this is a very, very precarious situation, not to be taken lightly or played with, we've urged all of our residents to vacate the city and take every measure possible to find habitation outside of the confines of the city of atlantic city. my biggest concern is we will get so much water in the city that those who decided not to heed our warning and to hunker down, we won't be able to get to should we need to. >> yeah, okay. so, geraldo, you'll with joe doherty, he's a lifetime resident in this area. joe, i was with you during hurricane irene and this seems like it's much worse. >> it does seem worse already. it was high today and higher now. >> why aren't people leaving? >> well, it takes a long time to get the long time residents off the island and last year there wasn't as much damage as expected and-- >> this is bigger, stronger and much more dangerous and already seeing the water hit against the docks and much more damage. >> it
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